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Mission Statement 

Methuen High School is a community of lifelong learners 

committed to excellence. We actively encourage learning in a safe 

and supportive atmosphere. Our dynamic school, in partnership 

with parents and community, promotes high achievement and 

inspires pride, respect, and success in all. 




"If these walls could talk... what walls?" 



Methuen High School 

1 Ranger Road 
Methuen, MA 01844 



Yearbook Staff 2005 




Ms. Elaine Ventura 
Staff Advisor 



Brian Riopelle 
Editor in Chief 



It has been an honor to be the yearbook advisor this year and to have the 
opportunity to witness the incredible cohesiveness that Methuen High School had 
to offer the embodiment of its staff and students. Our main objective in designing 
this yearbook was to capture moments of time and to create impressions that you 
could reflect back to with great joy. As you turn each page of this book, I hope 
you will be able to smile with pride in the relationships and friendships that were 
developed this year. Thank you for allowing us to enter your world and for giving 
us permission to share Methuen High School 2004-2005 incredible story with so 
many people. For those seniors moving on to a new road to travel, I wish you 
nothing but the best during your journey of unknowns. 

With admiration, 
MS. Ventura 






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Melanie L. Allen 

Mel 

"Don't take things for granted 

because someday you might 

not have them." 



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Aimee Beth Agnew 

Aim 

"It's not your blueblood, your 

pedigree, or you college years, 

it's what you do with your life 

that counts." 




Gregory A. Alphonse 

Big Black 

"Holla at cha boi" 

Volleyball, Basketball 




Mathew J. Alaimo 

"Heros get remembered, but 
legends never die." 

Class Secretary, Varsity 
Football, Basketball, Track 




David Paul Andrews 

"What we do in life echoes an 
eternity." 

Spartans Drum and Bugle Corps, 

National Honor Society, Tri-M, 

Jazz Band, Dirty Hands Ink 




Adam Aliano 

Bubbles 

"BAM!" 

Senior Class President, 
Baseball 





Jennifer Anisko 

Field Hockey, Dance, Peer 
Leaders 




Kayla Apar 

'Dream a fantasy, live a 
dream." 



Soccer, Basketball, 
International Club 



Tina Apar 

"Everything happens for a 
reason." 

Basketball, Soccer, 
International Club 




Luis Ruben Aponte, Jr. 

Lou 

"Red Sox stink, GO YANKEE'S" 

Marching Band, Dirty Hands Ink. Jazz 
Band, Spartans Drum & Bugle Corps 





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Nicole R. Asselin 


Allen J. Attardi 


Danielle N. Augeri 


Jacqueline Avery 


Everything happens for a 
reason." 


Albie 

"Bah, bah, bah." 

Baseball, Bowling, Dancing, 
Video Games, Swimming 


Swim Team, Musical, Band, 
Drama Club 






Elie Ayoub 

Big Dawg 
Lifting 




Michael Bamberg 

Bambi 




Jane Marie Azzi 

"Where there is great love, there are 

miracles." 

-WillaCather 

National Honor Society, National Art 

Honor Society, National French 

Honor Society, International Club 




Jamie Banks 

Banksy 

Varsity Wrestling- Captain, JV 
Cross Country 




Alyssa Ryan Baglieri 



"I wish I didn't know now what I didn't 
know then." - Bob Segar 

NHS President, Yearbook, Senior Class 

Play, Musical, Best Buddies, International 

Club, Drama Club 




Kacey A. Barker 



Red, Baka, Kace 

"Our greatest glory is not in falling, but in 
rising every time we fall." - Confusious 

Field Hockey, Basketball. Softball, Student 




Kayla Baglieri 

Bags 

"Shoot for the moon. If you miss, at 
least you'll land among the stars." 

Drama Club, Theater, Yearbook, NHS, 
International Club 




Ashley Barr 




Sean R. Barrows 



"Because we don't know when we'll die, 

we'd like to think of life as an inexhaustable 

well, but how many more times will you 

have an enjoyable picnic, or watch the lull 

moon rise? Perhas 30, maye not even, and it 

all seems limitless." 

Music 




Cassandra Bell 



Cassie 




Janice Barton 

Jan 

"Live life to the fullest." 




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Derek Edward Bell 

D-Bell 
Basketball 




Ryan M. Beaudin 

Beaudin 




1 Don't let the fear of striking out keep you from 
playing the game " - A Cinderella Story 

Varsity Soccer- Captain, Varsity Ski Team, Spring 
Track, Student Council, NHS, Yearbook 




Robert Becotte 

Becotte 

"I am the Wal-mart of sin and 

corruption, and I am coming to your 

town." 

Band 




Kerri Ann Bennett Christina Bergamini 



Tyna 

"Sometimes there is no next time, no time 

outs, no second chances, sometimes it's 

now or never." 

National Honor Society, Adopt a Soldier 



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Thomas Bennett 

Tom.T.B. 

"Pain is temporary, pride is forever.' 

Football, Baseball, Track, Girls 




Tom Berman 

Tommy B 
Soccer 




Sabrina Ann Berry 

Sab 

"Live life to its fullest." 

Soccer 




Julianne Marie Berube 

Jules 

"Ya gonna pierce thai '" 

G.S.A., Science Club, Living for 
METAL!!! 




Dianna Biancardi 

DB, Deebs 

"The choices you make determine the 
life you will live." 

NHS, Student Council, Peer Leaders, 
Volleyball, Ski Team, Track, Tennis 




Wayne M. Borden 

Wendel 
Soccer, Hockey, Baseball 




Ryan Bibeau 

Beebs, Debo 




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Jessica Borrelli 



Jess 




Briceland M. Bleem 



Bricy 

"With due respect to the exchange markets, 

the most valuable gold and silver are paid 

for in sweat." 

Swim Team- Captain, Class of 2005 
Committee, NHS, Science Club- President 




Marielle Bou-Mitri 

Natioanl Honor Society, 

Student Council, 

International Club, Art Honor 

Society 




Jennifer Alynn Boddy 

National Honor Society 




Katie Lynn Bradley 






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Ryan Brouder 

Snowboarding, Biking 



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David Brow 

Bro 

"All or nothing." 

Wrestling 




Russell James Brown 



Rusty, Deuce 

"Never find your 'comfort zone' because it 
you do you will never exceed in life." 

Band: Marching Band, Concert Band, Dirty 




Danielle E. Burke 

Bibs 

Field Hockey, National Honor 

Society- Secretary, Yearbook, 

Photography Club. 




Caitlin Burke 

"Everything I need to know I 

learned in Kindergarden, naps are 

good, snack time is a must, and boys 

have cooties." 

Varsity Soccer - Capt. 




Amanda Marie Calhau 

Manda 

"No one can make you feel 

inferior unless you allow 

them." 




Jessica Alexandria 
Campbell 

Agirlds 

"Be who you are and say what you feel because 

those that mind don't matter and those that matter 

don't mind." - Dr. Seuss 

Band, Track, Musical, Chorus, Drama Club 



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Stephanie Marie 
Caraccio 



Volleyball 




Daniel Carceo 

Danny 
"What's up?" 




Amy Elizabeth 
Carrasquillo 

"Success is constantly feeling 

someone pushing you from behind 

and then one day realizing that 

someone is you." 




Nicholas Carroll 

Nick 




Elena Casado 



Indoor & Outdoor Track, Peer 
Leaders 




Joshua M. Casey 



Football, Baseball 




Becky Chang 



Chingy 



Field Hockey, Indoor Track, Student 

Council, Class of 2005 Committee, 

Peer Leaders, Yearbook 




Amanda L. Charest 

Manda 
"Whatsssssss going on?" 




Christopher James 
Charette 

Chris 




Anthony J. Chedid 

Chedid 

"There are no mistakes in life, it's what 
you do and don't do. Live it up!" 

Football, Hockey, Spanish Honor 
Society, Strive Intern 




Seth Kevin Clark 




James D. Cintolo 

"I'm Rick James !" 




Kimberly Coholan 

Kimbo 

"A day wasted is a day in which we 
have not laughed." 

Dance, Tennis, Blue & White 




Jennifer Ciofolo 




Kristyn Ann Comei 

"In nothing are our hearts as rich as in 

our memories, for they can never be 

erased." 

Blue & White, National Honor 
Society, Peer Leaders, Yearbook 




Stephen J. Ciofolo 




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Nicole Jean Cormier 
Nikki 



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Frank Couture 



Gina M. Currao 



Rebecca Curry 



Tanya M. Cutrona 



Wrestling, Weight Lifting 



Field Hockey, Track 



Best Buddies 




Shane M. Danahy, Jr. 

Shano 

"Best Friends with Russell!" 

Best Buddies, Basketball Team 

Manager, Stingrays Swim Team 

Special Olympics 




Jessica Denoncourt 




Jessica DeCosta 




Chuck Desrochers 

Chuck D. 
"Life is what you make of it." 




Jean Marie De Losa 

Jeannie 

"For every action there's an 
equal and greater reaction!" 




Chris DeFrancesco 




Kevin Demaria 




April DiNuccio 

"Life throws you a million chances. 
All you have to do is take one." 

Yearbook, Field Hockey 



Snowboarding & Paintball 




Melanie Dion 

MelMel 




Kevin M. Dixon 

K.J. 




Brittany Chistine 
Doherty 




Ryan Dugan 



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Varsity Cheerleading- Captain 




Brittany Edwards 



"Confidence comes from doing the 
best you can, not from being perfect." 

Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball, 
National Honor Society 




Laura Jane Ellenwood 

"There are two ways to shed light, to 

be the candle or the mirror that 

reflects it." 

Marching and Concert Band 




Colette Fadel 




Kaleigh Fair 

Kay 

"Every story has an end but in life 
every ending is a new begining." 

Figure Skating Club, Best Buddies 




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Brianna L. Faucon 

"Many have I loved. Many times been 
bitten. Anytimes I've gazed along the 

open road. Many times I've lied. 

Many times I've listened. Many times 

I've wondered how much there is to 

know." - Led Zeppelin 




Robert Ferguson 

"May the forces of evil become 

confused when they are 

looking for your place of 

residence." 




Michael Vincent Ferraro 

Tsunami 

"Don't go away mad, just go 
away..." 




Natalie Diane Ferreira 

"To the world you may be one 

person, but to one person you 

might just be the world." 

Varsity Tennis 







Andrea Sara Fielding Stephanie Fielding 



Jennifer Finley 



Rebecca Finley 



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Jeff Fischer 

Fisch 

"Never take advantage of the people 
that depend on you." 

Cross Country, Indoor & Outdoor 
Track 




Ashley B. Francis 

Bubblebutt 

"What da dill? What's good? 
Holla back!" 




Michael Giarrusso 

Mike 




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Juan Flores 




Lynnette Francis 





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Jarrett Fortin 



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Jessica Furnari 

Jess 

"I've developed a new philosophy; I 

only dread one day at a time." - Charlie 

Brown 

Choir 




Christopher J. Gilbert Joel Jonathan Gillis 




Rebecca Leigh Foulkes 
Becca 

Field Hockey 




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Evelye Gagnon 



Evie 



Field Hockey 




Robert Gioia 

Bobbo 



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Band, Mock Trail, Science 
Club, Music Honor Society 




Kathryn Margaret Glavin 
Katy Mae 

Yearbook Committee 




Crystal Grenier 




Timothy Kyle Gordon 

Tim 

"Play for the name on the front of 
your jersey, not the one on the back." 

National Honor Society, Yearbook, 
Soccer, Volleyball 




Jeremy Grenier 

Shrek, Curious George 



Volleyball 




Michelle Irene Gosselin 

Shelly 

"Good things come to those 
who wait." 



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Brian Thomas Griffin 



Band, Dirty Hands Ink, Music 
Honor Society 




Timothy Gradzewicz 

Timmy G, Gradz 
Varsirty Baseball 




Scott Griffin 







Eric Guerrero 




"What goes around comes 
around." 




Andrea Elizabeth Guir Lindsey Ann Guselli 



Volleyball, Softball, Peer 
Leaders, Yearbook 




Jennifer Guzman 

Jen 

"Don't judge a book by its 
cover, judge it by its quality." 



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Ashley Hamel 

"Beware sanity, for sane and normal 

are creatures of myth, existing only in 

the minds of those who chose to 

worship them in order to fit in." 

Band, Dirty Hands Ink, National 
Honor Society 



Brad Harrington 



Catherine Harrington Kate Ellen Harrington 



Cathy 

"Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a 
matter of choice. It is not a thing to be 
waited for, it's a thing to be achieved." 

Volleyball, Yearbook 



Kat 



Soccer, National Art Honor 

Society- Vice President, Yearbook, 

Swim Team, Photography Club. 






/ Elizabeth Harris 


Kevin Hatch 


Zack 


Borris, Harris 


Kev 


"It's a dog eat dog world out 
there!" 




Media Production 


Eating, Sleeping, Chasing 
Tennis Balls 



Krista Lynn Hatem 



Kris 

"I'm not interested in money, I just want to 
be wonderful." - Marilyn Monoe 

Hockey Manager, Yearbook Committee 




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George Henriquez 



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JROTC, Drill Team 



Cassandra Elizabeth 
Hernandez 

Cassy 

"The world is a roller coaster, and I am 
not strapped in." - Incubus 

JROTC, Best Buddies 



David Howard 

Ace 

"You people make my head 
hurt." 



Michael E. Hughes 



Boats 

"Nobody evei expei tv the Spanish 

Inquisition!"" 

Band, Chorus, Honors Chou Boys State, 

Computer Club, Blueanbd White, Inmks 

and Bagels, Musical, Senior Class Play 




Alishia Isaac 




Maria A. Istomina 



Masha 

"A oersibs kufe us dyed the color of his 
imagination," - Marcus Aurelius 

National Honor Society, An Honor Society, 

French Honor Society, Adopt a Grandparent, 

Science Club, International Club, Yearbook, 

Swimming and Diving, Science Fair 




Amanda J. Jankowski 

AJ, Jankowski 



Volleyball 




Erin Jenkins 

"Be who you are and say what you feel 
because those who mind don't matter, and 
those who matter don't mind." • Dr. Seuss 

Volleyball, Key Club- Pres., Best Buddies, 

Strive Intern, Student Council, Drama 

Club, Plays, Yearbook, plus some... 




Alex Johnstone 

"Awite!" 

Soccer, Professional 
Dishwasher 




Kathleen Elizabeth 
Kehleher 

KeK 

Dance, Student Council - Vice Pres., 

National Honor Society, Peer Leaders, 

Yearbook, Blue & White 




Andrew J. Jutras 

Andy 

"To be the man, ya got to beat 
the man." - Rick Flair 




David Joseph Kelley 

Dave 
Hockey 




Michael J. Kannan 

Grimdogg 
"Hello Dear..." 
Golf, Baseball 




Jennifer Kelley 




Chheary Mary Keath 



Cherry Pie 

"I believe everything you do comes back at 

you, so everthing I do I'm going to suffer 

for it, but in my heart i teel like i'm going to 

heaven." Keolong 6/16/1 14 

Colorguard, Winterguard, Books and Bagels 




Rangerland Preschool 



Katherine Marie Kelly 

Katie, kSt 

"There's nothing in this world tli.it 
you can't be it you want it enough." 

Swim Team- Captain, Rangerland 
Preschool, Winter track 



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Andrew S. Kennedy 

Andy, cAndy, Drew, Marine 

"My honor is loyalty." 

Computers 




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Rachelle Khoury 




Sarah Khoury 




Field Hockey & Softball 



Mathhew Kobrenski 

Matt 
Guitar Club 



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Ryan M. Kowal 

"To give anything less than your best 

is to sacrifice the ultimate gift." - Steve 

Prefontaine 

Track & Cross Country 




Keith M. Kupiac 



Kup 

"It's not whether you get knocked down, it's 
whether you get back up." - Vince Lombardi 

Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, 
National Honor Society 




Joshua LaPointe 

Korea 
Football 




Christa Marie LaCharite 



Chris, Cheeks 

"Dreams as if you will live forever, live 
as it you will die tomorrow." 

Adopt-a-Grandparent 




Jessica Nicole Landry 



Jess 

"Not everything that is faced can be 
changed, but nothing can be changed 

until it is faced." 
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Tennis 




Eugene Arthur 
LaRochelle 

Gene 

"Pizza!" 

Band, Ski Team, GSA 



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James Laschi 




Amy Lavoie 

"If you want the rainbow, you have to 

put up 

with [he rain." - Marilyn Monroe 

Gymnastics- Captain, Yearbook, 

Adopt-a-Grandparent, Rangerland 
Preschool, Sr. Prom Committee 




Nelson Lavoie 




Stephanie Lopez 

Piwa 




James Lees 



JROTC 




Megan E. MacDonald 

Meg 

"I will go in this way and I'll find my 
own way out." -Dave Mathhews Band 

Varsity Field Hockey 




Sara H. Lefman 



Lef 

"I'd rather to have tried and failed 

spectacularly than to never have tried at 

all." 

Yearbook, Swim Team, Musical, National 
Honor Society 




Kory T. Madden 



"Do you believe?" 




Jonathan Liu 

Jon Liu, J-Swaah, Johnny Liu 

"To be the best you must beat the 
best." 

Varsity Soccer, Track, International 
Club 




Benjamin A. Mangano 

'The Mongoose' 

"Whatever man, I'm straight 
edge." 

Ski Team 






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Meray Marawi 



Singing, Dancing, Playing the 
Piano 




Jay Marcello 

jimbo 
"Emo is awesome... yea, yea.' 




Jennifer Marino 

Jen 

"We all may take ditterent paths in life, but 

no matter where we go, we will always take 

a little bit of each other everywhere." 

Varsity Soccer. Basketball, Spring Track, 
National Honor Society, Peer Leaders 




Lisa M. Marroncelli 



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Varsity Volleyball 



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Phillip J. Martin 

Philly 




Daniel Mazella 



Dann 

"The greatest lesson in life is to know 

that even fools are sometimes right." - 

Winston Churchill 

Theatre, Music, Drums 




Travis John McGowan 




Raider Challenge Captain 



Matthew McLean 

Bruucce 

"Where is she?!" 

Varsity Football #45 




Brandon Magrian 




Scott Melanson 




Hockey 



Dawn Kathleen Merrow 



Dawnie, Chi Chi 

"All my possessions for a moment in time." 
Elizabeth I 

Theater, Musical, Creative Writing Club, 

Sr. Class Play, National Novel Writing 

Month 




Jennifer D. Miele 

Jenny 




Thomas Dunn Miner 



Daddy, T-Money, Hulk 

"In the year of our Lord 1314, patriots of Scotland, 
starving and outnumbered, charged the field of 
Bannockburn. They fought like warrior poers. 

They fought like Scotsmen and won their freedom 

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forever." 
Baseball &i Cross Country 



Natasha Minichino 

Tash, Mini 

"We make a living by what we get, we 
make a life by what we give." 

Varsity Field Hockey, Winter & 
Spring Track 




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Michael Paul Miranda 



Smiley, Mikey, Mickey, Shark, Steamy 
Mike 

"Follow your heart kid and you'll never go 
wrong." 

Cross Country, Indoor & Outdoor Track, 
Student Council, International Club 







Melissa M. Mitchell 

Mel 

"Strive to reach your most impossible 
possibilities." 

Field Hockey 







Samantha Monroe 



Sammie 

"Beginings are scary, endings are 

usually sad, its what you do in the 

middle that counts the most." 

Varsity Cheerleading 



Leslie- Ann Montano 



"The good times of today are the 

sad thoughts of tomorrow." - Bob 

Marley 

Wrestling Manager, Dance 



Kimberly J. Morin 

Kim 

Band 



Mark F. Mozdziez 



Mozzy 

"He who works the longest and 
hardest will prevail above all." 

Hockey 




Yannic Mua Achuo 



'Despi' 

"All dreams come true but it's up to 
you to make them happen." 

Varsity Soccer, Tennis, Track 





Hannah Mua Achuo 



Annerle 

"I'm proud to be who I am and not 
what people think of me." 

Drama Club, Morning Choir 





Erin Mulligan 





Caitlin Marie Nackley 



Nacks 

"one half of knowing what you want is 

knowing what you must give up 

before you get it." 

Field Hockev, Key Club, Yearbook 




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Natasha Nader 



Student Council- Pres., National 

Honor Society- Vice Pres., Field 

Hockey- Captain, Softball- Captain, 

Blue & White 



Ashley Marie Nault Ryan Andrew Nault 



Be thankful for what you have, don't 
dwell on things that you don't." 

Marching & Concert Band, Dirty 
Hands Ink, Musical 



P. Diddy 
"Lite will give you what you give it." 
Massachusetts Bay State Graduate 



Jonathan Newell 



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Kimberly Nguyen 

Kimmie, The Asian 

"Different strokes for different folks.' 

Best Buddies, Yearbook, Blue & 
White, Drama Club 




William Noonan 




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Amanda Nicholson 

Manda 
Cheerleading, Peer Leaders 




Allison Lyn Normandy 



Al, Allie 

"Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a 
matter of choice. It is not a thing to be 
waited for, it is a thing to be achieved." 

Dance, Cheerleading, Track, Softball, 
Student Council, Peer Leaders, Yearbook 





Daniel Nickerson 

Danny 



National Honor Society, Art Honor 

Society, Music Honor Society, 

Musicals, Senior Class Play, Concert 

Choir- Pres. Drama Club, Chorus 




Bryan Patrick Northam 



"Things happen, move on and 
grow stronger." 





Tiesha Nieves 



Ice Skating, Best Buddies, 
International Club 




Patrick O'Neil 

Patty O 




Jeremy M. Ouellette 



Stephanie Oyola 



Lisa Y. Pak 



Julianne K. Palazzo 



Photography Club 



Field Hockey- Captain, Softball, 

National Honor Society- 
Treasurer, Blue & White, Peer 
Leaders, Yearbook 



Best Buddies- Pres., National 
Honor Society, Art Honor 

Society, Drama Club, Musical, 
International Club, Figure 

Skating 




Maria Pantalone 




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Shawn Payson 

Valedictorian 

"Life is short and hard like a body 
building elf." 




Paul Phillion 

P-Philly 

"Where is she?!" 

Varsity Football & Track 




Guildo Paradis 



"Lukas-4-hfe" 




Matthew Pelletier 




Kelly Poirier 

"I can read now, time to go.' 
Best Buddies 




MaryGina Parisi 

'Niki' 

"Life is too short to be worried about the 

little things, live your life. Be free and 

wild!" 

Figure Skating, Theatre Arts, Legal Srudies 




Peter J. Perreault 

Pete 

"You can present the information to 
us, but you can't make us care." 

Creative Writing Club - Founder, Ski 
Team, Yearbook Committee 




Nicole Pomerleau 




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Jessica Lynn Patti 

Jess 

"Never regret anything you do in life.' 

Swim Team 




Roger Perreault 

Rog 

"This quote has been removed for 
moral and ethical reasons." 

Football- Captain, Track, NHS 



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Dustin Adam Poulin 

Twin 
"Live it up while you can." 












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Ryan M. Poulin 

Twin 
"Life's short, have fun." 




Shannon Powers 



"You only live once... but if you live 
it right, once is enough." 

Ski Team 




Michael Pulvirenti 




Jamie Quine 



Varsity Soccer, National 

Honor Society, Blue & White, 

Peer Leaders, Softball 




Matthew Raitt 

Matt 
Cross Country & Spring Track 




Miguel Ramos 

Papito 
Wrestling 




Heidi Raymond 

Minnie Mi 

"Oh my word" 

Volleyball 




Tabitha Nicole Reilly 

T-Bone, Tatee 

"No doubt." 




Jenny Reynoso 




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Lindsey M. Riccio 

lindzy 

"Progress is not possible without 
deviation from the norm." 

Choir 




Kurt Riedel 



Senior Class Officer - Vice 
Pres. 




Brian J. Riopelle 

Brian, Kanye.Jaws 

"I ven .1 huiiiu'N i'l loop miU-- h.i- (o si.in bv 
i.ikmg that firsl Step " 

Yearbook Editor. NHS, Class Officer- 
Treasurer, Varsity Soccer. Vai sir) I ennis 




Arnaldo Rivera 



National Spanish Honor 

Society, Peer Leaders, Best 

Buddies, Yearbook 




Hector Rivera 



NHS, NAHS.NSHS, Best 

Buddies, Mock Trial, 

International Club 




Elishia Marie Robertson 

Lish 

"Crash, but it wasn't me!" 

Figure Skating Club 




Carl A. Robinson 




Jason Rodenhiser 




Danna Leigh Rodrigues 




Angel Louis Rodriguez 



Louis 



Basketball 




Janet Rodriguez 

Hypnotiq 

"Live your life to the fullest, no 
regrets." 

I told ya I'd make it! 




Johnmichael J. Ross 

J.M., Mr. Ross 

"It doesn't matter what you've done, 
just leave me out of it. ' 

Band 




Ashley Elizabeth Rossi 



Ash 

"One of life's secrets is to dream, and to 

believe in those dreams, no matter how big 

they are." 

NHS, NSHS, NAHS, Science Club, 
International Club 




Cara M. Rossi 

Bossv Rossi, Ross 



National Honor Society, Art Honor 

Society, Spanish Honor Society, 
Dance, Theater, Swim Team- Captain 




Kristen Rourke 



"What's going on?" "JD828" 



Swim Team 




Stephanie S. Saade 

Steefo 




Amanda Saffie 




Michael Joseph Saltzman 

Salty 

"Live everyday like it's your last." 

Football 




Jilian Sapienza 

Til 

"Paint as you like and die happy.' 
Henry Miller 

Art Honor Society - Pres., 
Photography Club, Yearbook 




SmanthaT. Schlesinger 



Sam 

"Live life to the fullest. Tomorrow is a gift, 
not a guarantee." 

Band- Drum Major, JROTC Drill Teams, 
Music Honor Society, Field Hockey 




Kayla Schnell 



"Just kidding!" 

National Honor Society, Spanish 

Honor Society, Tri-M, Band, Jazz 

Band, Chorus 




Jared S. Schubert 



Music Honor Society, French Honor 
Society, Band, Dirty Hands Ink 




Kiel A. Servideo 



"We don't stop having fun when we're 

old. We're old when we stop having 

fun." 

Soccer, Baseball, National Honor 
Society 




Rosangela Sevilla 

Rosie 

"Believing you will do well is half the 
challenge." 

■'"Art Honor Society, International 
Club, Yearbook 




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Danielle Shanahan 



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Bethann Shea 

Betty 

Never try hard to tit in with you wore 
born to stand out." 

Yearbook 




Amy Sifferlen 



"A man tells bis stories ■ thai he 

becomes the stories i hey live on alter him. And 
m thai way, he becomes Immortal 1 

National Honoi So< let) Marching Band, 
On hesrra Band, Pii Band 

[edi ( ouncil, Creative Writing I lub 




Amanda Cermella Silva 



SWASS, Silva 

"Love doesn't make the world go around. 

Love is what makes the ride worth while." 

Franklin D. Jones 

National Honor Society, Blue & White, 
Yearbook, Varsiry Gymnastics 




Derek Soucy 



Souc. 



Hockey 




Geoff Sirois 

Siroisie 

"We go out there every night and 
play like gangbusters." - LPK 

Football, Wrestling, Track 




Jonathan B. Sprague 

Spragoo 

"Not all who wander are lost." 

Band 







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Alyssa Nicole Smith 

Lyssa 

"Life is a highway, I'm gunna ride it al. 

night long..." - 'Life is a Highway', 

Tom Cochran 

Peer Mediation 




Brittany A. Sproule 



"Life is as good as you make it! 
Live everyday to the fullest." 




Brian Soberon 



"I made it mom!" 




Karissa Marie Sullivan 

Sully 



Cross Country, Winter Track, 
Spring Track 



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Ryan Sullivan 

Sully, Old Man 
Football 




Adam M. Taha 



"You must first learn to crawl; 
one cannot fly into flying." 




Francesca Tapia 

Frenchy 




Gregory Tessitore 

Greg 



Cross Country, Wrestling, 
Outdoor Track 




Kara M. Thibault 

"I've learned that our background and 

circumstances may have influenced 

who we are, but we are responsible for 

who we become." 

Dance, Figure Skating, Best Buddies 




Caitlin Titone 

Caity 

"Your life is God's gift to you. What 
you make of it is your gift to God." 

Adopt-a-Grandparent 




Kathleen M. Thibault 

Kathy 

"Ability is what you can do, attitude is 
how well you can do it." 

Art Honor Society, Band, Spring 
Track, Basketball 



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Kevin Toohey 

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"Live it up." 
Baseball 




Soccer, Blue & White, Best 
Buddies 





Adam Thibodeau Charlie Daniel Thoren 

Thibbs Chuck 



Yesenia Torres 

Desse 

"Yeah, okay buddy!" 

Best Buddies, Peer Mentors 



JROTC, Golf 




Suzanne Townsend 




Raena Tripp 




Kimberly Ann Trovage 




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Soccer 



Kristen Maria Tsaklis 



Krysseeryssee 

"Define yourself; accept no one's definition 
of your life." 

National Honor Society, Art Honor Society, 
Blue & While- Editor, Mock I rial 




Jolie Tulley 





Joshua M. Valliere 



Josh 



Video Yearbook- Director, 
Bleeding Light Films, Varsity 
Volleyball, Student Council 



Giselle Fraida Vega 



"When life gives you lemons, 
make lemonade." 




Elizabeth Sara Warren 

I walk a lonely road. The only one I 
that have ever known. Don't know 
were it goes, but its home and I walk 

alone." 

-'Boulevard Of Broken Dreams' Green 

Day 



Matthew Weinhold 





Sheena Witkum 



"Laughter is timeless. Imagination 
has no age and dreams are forever." 



Matthew Wright 




Richard Velazquez 

Richie 



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David M. Wendt 

Dave 
Football, Basketball, Basebell 




Michael Zangri 




Griffin J. Waller 



G-money 




Sasha C. Witkowski 

'Sash' 

"Be who you are and say what vou fell 

because those who mind don't matter 

and those who matter don't mind." 

Adopt-a-Grandparent 




Meghan Zani 



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Mike 



Dance, Volleyball, Gymnastics, 
Yearbook, Best Buddies 



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Jennifer Zoltko 

Jen 

Field Hockey, Basketball, 
Softball 



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Patrick Buckley 




Richard A. Ricci III 



"Life freaky, die freaky." 




Take a look at the new fish tank in the Media Center. It's official now; 
the mice are not the only inhabitants of the school now. 



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So you think 4 years is a long 

time? See if you recognize 

any of these teachers that 

have been here alot longer. 

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Turkey 



1 Becky Chang, Lisa Pak 
and Kathleen Keleher pose 
in the parking lot before 
the Toss. 2 Megan 
MacDonald and Ryan Nault 
pose during the toss. 3 
Brian Riopelle celebrates 
after the victory 




On November 24, at 6 am, the Seniors of Methuen 
High School converged on the parking lot of KISS 
108 FM in Medf ord, MA. They fought the bitter cold 
and lack of sleep outnumbering the 12 other 
schools. Seniors Matt Alaimo and Matt McLean 
tossed and caught the frozen 12 lb turkey over 50 
feet to bring home the trophy for the Rangers. The 
celebration continued from the parking lot to the 
school with the 170 students running victory laps 
around the halls, culminating with a gathering in Mr. 
Gearen's room. 



Toss Champs! 



4 Caitlin Nackley's showing everybody 
who's boss after they announced we 
won. 5 Kerri Bennet shows off her 
Ranger Pride with Natile Ferreira 



1 Thrower Matt Alaimo, holding 
the trophy and catcher Matt 
McLean, holding the turkey, posed 
with former New England Patriot 
Andre Ti ppe tt and sportscaster 
Bob Lobel. 

2 Senior Class Advisor Mrs. 
McLaughlin and Guidance 
Counselor Mr. Brain braved the 
cold to be with us at this event. 

3 Rossi Sevilla shows her 
excitement following the trophy 
presentation. 







6 Kate Harrington shows us her pearly whites with 
friend Cara Rossi before the Turkey Toss 



what's rii. i! 

It's Antan tica! No, wait, it's just 

an igloo in Methuen High 

School. The seniors really 

pushed the envelope this year 

by creating alot of their 

decorations. 



Below: 

( ara Rossi and Jil Sapienza take 
a break tram the action to pose 
for a picture. I didn't think 
anybody would be this awake 
at 6: 15 in the morning! 





Deck tfte Halls 



Methuen High School 
continued its annual 
holiday tradition of the 
Deck the Halls 

competition. The Class 
of 2005 had a lot to live 
up to; i heir worst 
showing was their 
freshman and 

sophomore years placing 
second. Last year, the 
Class of 2005 had their 
best showing ever, 
beating the seniors at 



their own game by taking 
first place. This year, the 
seniors had their title to 
defend. Waking up at the 
crack of dawn for a week 
straight, the seniors 
created the best hallway 
decorations to ever grace 
the halls of Methuen 
High. Congratulations to 
the Class of 2005 for a 
job well done. 



Christina Bergamini 



Keil Servideo 




"What's wrong with my "That's the last straw. I'll "How am l supposed to 

picture? Absolutely stay here all night and do be able to find that strand 

nothing because I'm it all myself if I have to." of lights you want?" 
having a good time." 




"What am I supposed to be 
doing'.'!" 



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Left: Adam Aliano 
idps lead the charge 
as he untaQgles .1 
strand 01 lights, 



I guess there's a new activity in 
gym. I guess matt ball wasn't 
holding their interest. 



So much for asking for help in 
the Guidance Office. As you 
can see. the interns are of no 
help. 




Man. Ryan Kowal is studying so hard that he can't get his face out 
of the books! 



A recents study reveals that the average student sleeps for an 
average of 30 minutes every school day 

Study Shocks Educators 



A recent study conducted by Northern Essex 
Community College reveals that the average 
student sleeps for 30 minutes a day while in 
school. This shocks Methuen High Staff and 
faculty who rarely catch students sleeping in 
their classes. 'This can't be true. I've never 
caught a student sleeping in any of my classes," 
said a teacher who wished to remain anonymous. 



The study also shocked the students as well. 
"I've never slept at all during a class in my entire 
high school career," said senior Brian Riopelle. 
"We don't know what they're talking about." 

This article was completely fabricated for a good 
laugh and does not reflect the opinions of 
Methuen High School's faculty or students. 



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I guess he 

couldn't get 

enough last 

night, so he 

decided to 

catch up on 

some zs in 

media 

production. 



College and Careers is 

such a difficult class. 

I have no idea why 

anybody would want 

to take it. 



Senior Sasha 

Witkowski is 

learning a 

new method 

to solving the 

quadratic 



formula. 




There's 
nothing 
like being 
an intern! 



Oh man. look what 
happens when you 
rush a1 the last 
second to get your 
college applications 
into your Guidance 
Counselor. Don't 
let this happen to 





Is media production really that 
interesting? Or is it that you've 
worked yourself so hard that 
you just passed out? 






Senior Dave Howard didn't want to end the game of matt ball he had started so he decided to start a sit in 
on the basketball court. It doesn't look much like a sit in to me, but hey. I'm not the one doing it. 



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Class of 2006 




Class of 2006 




Kiera 
Candiano 


Justin 
Cann 


Hpt v ■ 






Justin 
Casey 


Dennis 
Cassidy 


Tamara 
Castiglione 


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Joseph 


Christopher 


( (wen 


Sarah 


Guillermo 


Kyle 


Taylor 


Steven 


Chenard 


Cho 


Church 


Ciras 


Cisneros 


Clark 


Clark 


Clear) 



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Class of 2006 




Nicole 
Doucctle 



Glenn 
Crabtree 



Robert 


Sean 




Lindsa\ 


Cubelli 


Cunningham 


Cyi 


HRI 


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Renee 


Casey 


Darren 


Raymond 


William 


Emmanuel 


Larry 


3oucot 


Doyle 


Drago 


Dul 


Dunbar 


Espinal 


Espinal 




Ruth 
Exilus 



Mike 
Fabiano 



Isaac 
Fairbank 



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Class of 2006 




Margaret 
Gormley 



Mary 
Gormley 



Jessica 
Gosselin 



Jonathan 
Goulet 



Donna Nicole 

Grau Greathead 



Michael 
Greco 



Matthew 
Gueli 



Timothy 
Guillette 



Andrea 
Guir 



Jeffrey 
Hajj 



Ryan Jared 

Hajjar Hamaoui 



Jessica 
Hamhleton 



Stefante 
[annalfo 



Kimberlj 

Jade 



William 
Grimard 




Patricia 
Hamel 




Justin 
Jordan 



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Class of 2006 




Stephanie 


Lydia 


Joelle 


Ashley 


Melissa 


Jeffrey 


Krysia 


Christina 


Loycano 


Lucas 


Maalouf 


Macdonald 


Mann 


Marchand 


Marino 


Maroun 




Julianne 


Alyssa 


Vanessa 


Christine 


Justin 


Robert 


Stephany 


Christopher 


Maroun 


Marques 


Marsden 


Marlcl 


Martineau 


Martinez 


Marline/ 


Matalall 




Heather 


Daniel 


Daniel 


Michael 


lara 


Brian 


1 h/abeth 


Jonathan 


cAtamney 


McCarthy 


McCarthy 


McCiunn 


McGratb 


McKay 


McLaughlin 


Merced 




Craig 

Michaud 



Jessica 

Morales 



More. m 



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Class of 2006 







John 
Raffertv 



Lara 
Ramev 



Emilio 

Ramos 



Kristen 
Redford 



Wilmer 
Reyes 



Roman 
Ricci 



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Class of 2006 




lainie 
Stone 


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Chaz 

Sweeney 



Mark-lie 

Tejada 



Samuel 

I. i.i he 



I omacchio 



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Class of 2006 




Samantha Pamela 

Young Zapata 




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Class of 2007 




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Class of 2007 




Megan 


Darla 


Desiree 


Justin 


[Crista 


Robert 


Jennifer 


Joshua 


Bleem 


Boyle 


Brouder 


Brown 


Brown 


Bucknam 


Buco 


Buco 




Scott 


Alison 


Marissa 


Elton 


Daniel 


Amelia 


Karyn 


Lisa 


Burdin 


Byron 


Calamonici 


Camarena 


Caraballo 


Carceo 


Carney 


Carney 




Steven 
Cho 



Elizabeth 
Christopher 



Mark 
Collier 



Daniel 
Conrad 



Stephanie 
Cormier 



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Class of 2007 




Ryan 
Donovan 



Sarah 
Doyle 



Kelly 
Driscoll 



Rebecca 
Dube 



Kathleen Charles 

Dubois Dunne 



\ards 



Elida 


Kathleen 


Hannah 


Kelly 


Meghan 


Eduardo 


Geovin 


.arnacion 


Erickson 


Everson 


Farragher 


Federico 


Felize 


Fernandez 



Joseph 
Flanagan 



Rith 

Flanagan 



Andres 

Fortunate 



Jason 
Elder 




Joseph 
Fioranle 




Michael 
Frechette 



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Class of 2007 




Julio 


Kristina 


Brendan 


Adam 


Michael 


Amanda 


Lindsay 


Katherine 


Guir 


Habib 


Hale 


Hanley 


Harrison 


Hauswirth 


Healey 


Hennessy 




John 


Hongsyn 


Tarrysa 


Audrey 


Alexander 


Samantha 


Samantha 


Kelly 


Karamourtopoulos 


Keath 


Keath 


Kelley 


Kennedy 


Khoury 


Kingsley 


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Gary 
Le Blanc 



Ashley 
Luft 



Class of 2007 




Erin 
Le Savoy 



Amanda 
Leach 



Nicole 
Leal 



Ryan Felix 

Learned Lehron 



Lucy 
Lebron 



Ashley 
Lussier 




p^n 



Juan 


Daniel 


Martinez 


Matar 


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JHI^'i 



Lauren 
McCann 



Jenna 
Lentine 




Jeffrey 
Magnuson 




\ «BMW 



Emily 
McLeod 



Chris 


Audra 


Brendan 


Ciara 


Andrea 


Justin 


Medwid 


Mele 


MeKm 


Messineo 


Michaud 


Mongue 




Andrea 


Nayhady 


Sara 


Amanda 


Ashley 


Michael 


James 


Ashlej 


vlonteiro 


Montero 


Montesdeoca 


Monty 


Moon 


Moore 


Moriarly 


Moi lev 



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Class of 2007 




Melinda 


Emily 


Tracy 


Jordan 


Meredith 


Samantha 


Angela 


Lindsay 


O'Rourke 


Ochaeta 


Oliva 


Oslan 


Pagan 


Page 


Palladino 


Pappas 




Larry 
Richardson 



Alexander 
Richmond 



Joseph 
Ripley 



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Class of 2007 




Kelly 
Trainor 



Elizabeth 

Travassos 



I raverso 



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Class of 2007 




V. 

Alyssa 
Zabierek 



John 
Zalaket 



Zachary 
Zuill 




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Class of 200$ 




Class of 2008 




Christopher 


Claire 


Elie 


Nick 


Elizabeth 


Angelina 


Bertland 


Marcus 


Asselin 


Ata 


Ata 


August 


Avila 


Ayala 


Bahnan 


Bailey 




Sean 
Bedrosian 


Ryan 
Bell 






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Andrew 
Benedict 



Edgar 
Benitez 



Kala 
Bergeron 



Deysha 
Bernahel 



Cindy 
Betanccs 



Sean 
Bibeau 




Michelle 

Blanchard 



Rebecca 

Blanchette 



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Class of 2008 




Briana 


[•Catherine 


Wilson 


Danielle 


Amanda 


James 


Emanuelle 


Leanna 


Cairnie 


Cairnie 


Calixto 


Callina 


Camire 


Carey 


Carlini 


Carlson 




Matthew 
Cook 



Brittany 
Cormier 



Karen 
( ormiei 



Zaehary 
C'orneau 



Craig 
Corsaro 



James 
Cote 



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Class of 2008 




Paul 
Dewolfe 



Andrew Andrew 

Dexter Dias 



Krystal 
Diaz 



Lucas 
Diaz 



Ricardo 
Diaz 



Romeo 
Diaz 



Rebecca 
Dickinson 




Paul 


Meaghan 


Amy 


Gregory 


Simone 


Matthew 


Renee 


Randy 


Doucol 


Driscoll 


Dubois 


Dubois 


Dufresne 


Dugan 


Dupuis 


Duranl 




Shauri 


Merelyn 


Michael 


Lmdsey 


Bryan 


Jason 


David 


1 mi 


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Fernandez 


Fernandez 


Ferro 


I ielding 


Fiola 


Firth 


1 isher 



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Class of 2008 




Emily 
Havey 



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Class of 2008 





Lauren 




Kristina 




Ashley 


Hurst 




Ireson 




Isaac 


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Sean 
Kallelis 




George 


Tara 


Craig 


Mary 


Elizabeth 


Robert 


Erin 


Marjorie 


Kattar 


Keene 


Keizl 


Kelley 


Kelly 


Kelm 


Kennedy 


Kennedy 




Tina 


Rebecca 


Brittney 


Joseph 


1 h/abeth 


James 


k\ lee 


Anna 


Lu 


Lucas 


Luis 


Luis 


Maccarone 


Macdonald 


Macinnis 


Mackey 



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Class of 2008 




Charles 


Emily 


Kaitlyn 


Meghan 


Meghan 


Molly 


Morgan 


Matthes 


Mayfield 


McCarthy 


McCarthy 


McCarthy 


McDonald 


McDonald 



Kelly 
McGrath 




John John 

Mulligan Muno/ 



Murray 



Justin 
N art ill' 



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Matthew 
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Lauren 
Palazzo 



Class of 2008 




Samantha 


Jonathan 


Daniel 


Daniel 


Matthew 


Jatin 


Cristina 


Palazzo 


Pantoja 


Paries 


Paries 


Parolisi 


Patel 


Paterno 




Abbey 


Sean 


Amadyson 


Matthew 


Javiera 


Yris 


Miehael 


Michael 


Quinn 


Quinn 


Rafael 


Ramsden 


Ravelin 


Reyes 


Riccio 


Richard 



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Class of 2008 




Alex 


Cheryl 


Joseph 


Courtney 


Darcy 


Carlos 


Joanna 


Rvan 


Shauri 


SifTerlen 


Silva 


Slack 


Slauter-Worthen 


Soler 


Solomon 


Soukaras 







Jessica 
St. Laurent 




William 
Steiner 



Derek 
Sterner 



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Class of 2008 




Melissa 
Whiteside 



Brian 
Whollev 



Osmady 
Vasquez 



Pablo 
Vasquez 



Munashe 
Vazhure 



Alicia 
Ventrillo 





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Roderick 
Wiggins 



Desiree 

Wright 




Sarah 
Weisenborn 



Kathryn 
Wendt 




Louis 
Yarid 



James Kristen 

Yau Yurewicz 



Roberto 
Zapatier 



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Seniors 











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Administration 




Mr. Arthur Nicholson 
Principal 




"I would like to extend to 
each senior my very best 
wishes for continued good 
fortune in your future 
endeavors. I take great 
pride in all of the 
accomplishments of the 
Class of 2005 throughout 
your four years here at 
Methuen High School. It 
has been a pleasure 
working with this fine 
class. " 

-Mr. Arthur Nicholson 





Ms. Jane Obshatkin 
Vice Principal 



Mr. Dan O'Connell 
Assistant Principal 



Mr. Don Gibson 
Assistant Principal 



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Leo Cotter 



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Anne Marie 
Krusell 






Jeffrey Bellistri Dean Brouder 




Matthew 
Demko 



Joyce Gagnon 



Doug Hallbauer Amy Halloran Bud Jennings Gary Lane 




No Photo 
Available 




Christine Lellos Vanessa Manni Jean Matthes Ann Marie Pinet Patricia Roy Paula Simone Elizabeth Trach 





Cyndy 
Morisette 



No Photo 
Available 




No Photo 
Available 



John Blume 



Catherine Richard LaCroix Patricia Lohnes Kim Lussier 

Follonier 





Tracy 
McNichols 



Lynn Medeiros Mark Preston Catherine Tracey 

Privatera-Regis Ramshaw 



Jane Ellen Kathy Van Horn 

Shepherd 



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No Photo 
Available 




Marianne Moran Kevin Alliette Richard Barden Virginia Carson Carol Cohen Marie Comeau Linda Depelteau 




No Photo 
Available 




Joanne 
Gallagher 




David Strasser 



Judith Kelley Susan McGrath Dorothy Najolia Eva Rajyck 



Sheila 
Ravikumar 



Rhonda 
Ruhmshottel 






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Meredith 
Tebbitts 



Betty Weeks 






Joseph Harb Danielle Bald 



No Photo 
Available 



Maureen 
Melanson 







No Photo 
Available 



Daniel Burton Diana Carri Alan Delano 



Janet 
Fenstermacher 



Esperanza 
Lalinde 



Jason LaPointe Brenda Marcoux 







No Photo 
Available 



Kathy Moran Mary Robinson Peter Salemi Jason Smith Kevin Thompson Melissa Tobin 



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Peter Bruce Richard Brain Christine Burton 




William Cullen 



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Joseph Gillin 



Tom Hey Sonya Kelley 



Maria 
McLaughlin 



No Photo 
Available 




Social Studies 

DEPylRTfTlEnT 



Sally Frongillo 







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8. 




Valerie 
Steinbaugh 



Martha Tatro 





Michael Downs Michael Angelari 





Brendan Cripps Diane Dandreta David Fabrizio Paul Fiorentini Ann Hughes Roger Lenfest Keith Magnuson 




Michae 
McCormick 



Jim Peirce 





No Photo 
Available 



Carol Scalera Donald Smith 



Matthew 
Steinburg 



Laurie Turner Gail Watts 




BiunGUXL 
EDUomon 





No Photo 
Available 



Johanna 
Fawcett 



Elizabeth 
Shevlin- Willis 



Paula 
Vargas-Johnson 



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Kenneth Lee 
Kramer 




Gary Banks Maria Betances Kim Bihl-Spada 



Pat Carter Mar V 

Coleman-Kennedy 



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Jamie 
Comerford 



No Photo 
Available 



Dawn Dallaire 



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Gary Dionne Lisa Doucette Heather Faretra Kevin Geary 



Marianne 
Greenlee 




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Judy Keating Peter Kitsos Phil Lazzaro Sharon Letendre Trisha Levesque 



Dorothy 
Mcintosh 




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Terri Jordan 





Jessika Palmer Rose Palmer 



Christine 
Pellerin 



John Puffer 



Margaret 
Samaha 



Betty Sarao 



Martha 
Schaefer 




Michael Scroth John Stewart 



Stephen 
Stolfors 



Scott Vachon Elaine Ventura John Webb Theresa Witkum 



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& FTlGDIX DeP^IRTfTlGnTS 




Joe Austin 



Nicholas 
Collopy 





Paula Cross Michelle 

Defrancesco 



Jean D'Orsi Linda Friel Glenn Gearin Frank Gurczak Larry Lambert 




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Margaret 
Moynihan 



Mary Nolin Mark Prohaska Joanne Rossi David Shaheen James Steven Sudol 

Shamberger 




Anita DiCroce Paula George Judy Klimas Eileen McCarthy 



Officer Jim 
Mellor 



Helen O'Brien Walter Pare 




Joy Santoro 



Lynelle 
Sclesinger 



Donald Sestini Ellen Sicard Judith Souza Louise Troia Patricia Walsh 



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Fran Molesso 



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Laurel Bukala 



Brian Urquhart Karen Bergeron 




Karen 
McLaughlin 




FyimiLV & ConsumeR 
SciencE j*no Health 



Kevin Joseph Robillard 

Pezanowski 




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Ann Marie 
DeRoches 



Joanne Gray Carol Guselli 



Johnetta 
Hudson 



Jeffrey Osgood Gail Townsend 




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Frank Savory 



Brian 
McGonagle 



Laurel 
McMahon 



Lt. Col. Kimball 




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Karen Fitzgerald Hillary Goodhue 



Sgt. Gary 
Cebula 



Louise 
Henderson 



SGM. Mark 
Fisher 




Kim Kent Susan Wagner 



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Mr. Hallbauer 



Mr. Salemi 



Mr. Nicholson Mr. Sudol 



Dr. Morisette 
(Ms. Bates) 




Mrs. 
Gallagher 





So you think 4 years is a long Mr Pare 
time? See if you recognize 
any of these teachers that Mrs Krusel 
have been here alot longer 



Mr. Brain 





Mrs. Moran 


Dr. Smith 



Mr. Smith 



Mr. Cullen 



Mrs. Comeau 



Mrs. 
Bergeron 




Senior Superlatives 




King & Queen 

Tom Miner & Amy Carrasquillo 





Mr. & Mrs. Attitude 

Matt McLean & Krissie Tsaklis 




Class Flirts 


Friendliest 


y Chedid & Kathleen 


Gilly Paradis & Allison 


Keleher 


Normandy 






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Class Clowns 

Kiel Servideo & 
Michelle Gosselin 



Most Gullib le 

Jen Marino & Ryan 
Nault 




CupicTs Couple 



Brian Riopelle & Jil 
Sapienza 




Most Outspoken 

Josh Lapointe & Evelyn 
Gagnon 



Best Laugh 

Caitlin Nackley & Eddie 
Delacruz 




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Most Talkitive 

Ryan Nault & Andrea 
Fielding 




Class Gossips 

Gilly Paradis & Jen Anisko 




Best Friends 

Adam Thibodeau & Ben 
Mangano 



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Best Friends 

Christa Lacharite & Travis 
McGowan 




Most Muscial 

1 Kayla Schnell & 
Russell Brown 




Most Athletic 

Kieth Kupiec & I 
Kacey Barker 



Most Respected 

Diana Biancardi & Tom Miner 




Class Artists 

Jil Sapienza & Chris Ellis 



Class Actor & Actress 

Danny Nickerson 

& 

Cara Rossi 



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Most Competitive 

Matt Alaimo & Lisa Pak 



Biggest Ego 

Anthony Chedid & 
Leslie Montano 



Mirror Checker 




Most Likely to Succeed 

Krysten Comei & Roger 




Most Emo 

Caity Titone & Ben 
Mangano 



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Perreault 





Best Dressed 

Kevin Demaria & 
Natasha Nader 



Most School Spirit 

Brian Riopelle & 
Kerri Bennett 



Most Likely to 

Become Famous 

Erin Jenkins & Kiel 
Servideo 






Teacher's Pet 

Kate Harrington & Adam 
Aliano 




Most Likely to be Late 
for Graduation 

Jen Marino & Kurt Riedel 



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Something to Look Forward To 



Captains Matt Alaimo, Matt McLean, Coach 
Glen Gearin, and Captains Keith Kupiac and 
Roger Perreault 



Ranger Football fans 

witnessed a difficult season 
for the team this year as they 
went 0-10. This season isn't a 
reflection of their hard work 
and dedication to the team. 
This was a rebuilding year for 
the team, and they are looking 
towards the future. 'The team 
is physically stronger this year. 
We're building the foundation 
for the program in the future," 
said Captain Roger Perreault. 



'It was really a good season 
overall, even if our record 
doesn't show it." The football 
team has a lot to look forward 
to next year with juniors 
George Abourizk and Mike 
Jozokos being named to the 
second All Conference team. 
Seniors Kevin Demaria and 
Ryan Dugan and junior Corey 
Murray received All 

Conference Honorable 

Mentions. 








Tom Bennett Kevin Demaria Ryan Dugan Jarrett Fortin Keith Kupiac 

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Left - Looking on from the sidelines 

Bottom - Retreating back to the 
sidelines after a play. 




"You can't catch me, I'm too fast for 
you!" 



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Matt McLean Roger Perreault Paul Phillion Mike Saltzman Geoff Sirois Matt Alaimo 




Field Hockey 



The field hockey team had 
the best season in the 
programs history making 
all the way to the third 
round of the state 
tournament. The team, 
led by captains Natasha 
Nader, Kacey Barker, 
Rebecca Curry and Lisa 
Pak, finished off the 
regular season with a 
record of 11-3-3. u The 
camaraderie on the team 




The Lady Rangers had an 
excellent season, making it all 
the way to the third round of 
the State Tournament. 



The Best Season in School History 



was like no other team 
I've ever been on," said 
Natasha Nader. The 
roster had 14 seniors on it 
this year, which played a 
part in the success of the 
team. This season was 
not only a winning season, 
it was also a memorable 
one. 




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The roster this year was dominated by 
the 14 seniors that occupied it. Last 
year, the team lost 11 seniors. This 
year, they're loosing 14. Although they 
are loosing alot of seniors, they are still 
I expected to do well next year. 




Seniors 



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Nothing will stop her now. Don't get in her 
way, because she'll go right through you! 




Becky Chang Melissa Mitchel Brittany Edwards Kacey Barker 




Lisa Pak 



Natasha Minichino Evelyne Gagnon 





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Natasha Nader Megan McDonald Sara Khoury Jen Anisko 




Rebecca Curry Catlin Nackley Rebecca Foi^lkes 




The Whole Team Came Together 



The team anxiously watches from the 
sidelines. 



The Boys Soccer Team finished 
off the season with a 
disappointing 4-13-3 record. 
The team lost senior goalkeeper 
Brian Riopelle half way through 
the season. Senior Captain Keil 
Servideo asserts his frustration, 
"When you lose any teammate 
it's difficult, but when you lose a 
goalie, it just throws the whole 
team off. With Brian being 
injured, 



the whole team really pulled 
together." The program 
looking for Junior Captain 
Guillermo Cisneros, who was 
named to the MVC All 
Conference squad, to lead the 
charge next year. 




Senior Goalie Brian Riopelle 
punts the ball out of the area 
I after making a tremendous save. 



Head Coach Claude Beaudet, Captain Kiel Servideo, Captain Guillermo Cisneros, 
Coach Glen Gaccione 



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Seniors 




Girl's Soccer 



The lady Rangers soccer team 
finished the season with a 
record of 5-13-0. Although the 
season was a disappointment 
for the program, they're looking 
towards the future. Senior 
tri-captain Kerri Bennett best 
described the season. "This year 
we were faced with multiple 
challenges, and with each one, I 
saw how our team grew 
together one step at a time. It 
was a learning year for all of us, 
yet we seemed to pull through 
it. We still found ways to keep 
our heads up. 



A season of memories 



despite the disappointing 
record. It was this that became 
the best part of the season, 
because no matter what we 
were put through, I still had my 
teammates to fall back on. We 
became closer with not just 
those of our grade, but the 
entire team, and that is what 
you need to make it 
worthwhile." 








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Senior Kim Trovage throws 

the ball in from the 

sidelines. 



Assistant Coach Maureen Melanson with Captains Jen Marino, Cait Burke, 
Kerri Bennett and Coach Dave Gordan 



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Cross Country 



The Boys Cross Country team continued its legacy 
of success this fall, winning the Merrimack Valley 
Conference Dual Meet, placing third at the Eastern 
Massachusetts Regional Meet, and placing fifth at 
the State Meet. Their number one runner and 
co-captain Mike Miranda, along with seniors Greg 
Tessitore, Ryan Kowal, and Tom Miner, who was 
also a co-captain, led Methuen. The start of the 
season was difficult for the boys, having to 
overcome the loss of some key team members who 
graduated last year. As Tom Miner said, "When 
push came to shove, we won the MVC meet, and 
took fifth place in the State Meet." Congratulations 
to the Boys Cross Country team for never giving up 
on themselves and persevering to have yet another 
memorable season. 



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Co-Captains Mike Miranda and Tom 
Miner. 



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NATIONAL 

Team Wins Merrimack Valley Conferenc 



The Cheerleading Team lead by senior captains Brittany Dohrety, 
Samantha Monroe and Amanda Nicholson started off their season in 
November at the Merrimack Valley Championship. They took first 
place in the MVC and from there, they went onto the state 
competition, placing first overall. They continued onto the National 
Championships held in Providence, Rhode Island. Although the 
competition was fierce, the squad held their ground and had a flawless 
routine. That flawless routine not only gave them the national title, 
but also they were crowned the Grand National Champions, scoring 
the highest score out of all the other squads in the country, adding an 
exclamation point to an already amazing season. 







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CHAMPIONS 



ritle, State Title and the National Title 




Seniors 







Senior Captains Brittany Dohrety, Samantha 
Vtonroe and Amanda Nicholson. 



Clockwise from top 
left; Samantha 
Monroe, Amanda 
Nicholson, Brittany 
Dohrety. 




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Improvements 

All 

Around 



I An amazing season from everyone 




One stroke at a time the 
swim team improved. Their 
overall record was ft-5- 1 




Tne Varsity Swimming and Diving Team completed a 
very successfully season, finishing 6-5 overall and 
winning trie regular season MVC II title, Tneir 
campaign was capped off by a nintn place finisn in 
both tne Massachusetts Nortn Sectionals, as well as 
Division I State Cnampionsnips, Individually, tne year 
was highlighted by fresnman sensation Laura 
Moriarty, She set six individual scnool records and 
was part of two record setting relays, Teammates 
Brice Bleem, Mary Gormley, and Kristin Lefourneau 
ioined Laura on fnose outstanding relay teams, 
Moriarty capped off her inaugural season as a 
Ranger by winning botn tne Nortn Sectional and 
Division I State titles in tne 1 0D-yard breaststrofe 
Sne also finished second in tne state meet in tne 
1 DD-yard butterfly, Laura was honored by tne Eagle 
Tribune, tne Boston Globe, and tne Boston Hera\d for 
her accomplishments, 



Also, diver Megnan KiJan(?a had anotner great year 
and finished tenth at tne state meet, Tne Lady 
Rangers, who finished 2-8 last season, rebounded tnisj 
season and were led by senior captains Bleem, Cara 
Rossi, and Katie Kelly, Senior leadership was also 
provided by Danielle Augeri, Sara Lefman, Kate 
Harrington, Jennifer Finley, Rebecca Finley, and 
Kristen Rourfe Key wins came against Dracuf, Notre 
Dame, Billerica, St, Peter Marian, Cambridge Rindge &j 
Latin, and Lowell, For tneir efforts, head coach 'Jason 
Smitn was named coach of the year by botn the 
conference and the Eagle Tribune, 

Tne team loofo to carry their success into next season] 
when they will be led by new captains Mary Gormley, j 
Kristin Letoumeau, and Cnristine Lougnlin, 



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Coach Jason 5mifn gives nis team a pep 

tal6 rignt before a meet. 




"If was my first year doing it, and I nonesfly tnougnt if would be easy af 
fne beginning but it definitely wasn't, it was wicked fwn tnoi/ign, everyone 
got along and we acted life a nuge family," 

-Kate Harrington 
Senior 



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Captains Cam Rossi, Katie Kelly adn Briceland Bleew wiffi coaches Jason Smitn and 
Kristen Perreawlf 



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Girls Volleyball 



The Volleyball Team had a 
great season this year. The 
girls started strong under 
the leadership of captains 
Lindsey Guselli, Carissa 
Gauthier, and Stephanie 
Iannalfo. The season 
reached its peak at a mach 
verses Central Catholic, 
the team's biggest rival. 
Everybody played 

outstanding that game, 
diving for balls and 
winning long rallies. 



Giving meaning to the word TEAM 

Despite many midseason 
injuries and setbacks, the 
team toughed it out and 
finished strong. They 
worked well together to 
achieve goals and loved 
each other like family. 
These girls gave meaning 
to the word team. 




"Girls, we'll miss you like crazy next 
year! Goodluck, play hard, we love 
vou!" 



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Boys Basketball 

Saying Goodbye 



Despite the disappointing record of 
the Methuen High 2004-2005 
basketball team, there were several 
exciting games. The team was in 
almost every game battling hard to the 
very end. The most exciting game of 
the season was playing Andover at 
home. The crowd was really into the 
game. The fans had the Larry Klimas 
Fieldhouse rock'n the loudest in our 
four years at Methuen High. 
Unfortunately the game ended with 
Methuen losing by one in the final 
minute of the game. Probably 



the most memorable moment of the 
season was getting Coach Jim 
Weymouth a final win on the night 
he announced his retirement as head 
basketball coach at Methuen High. 
No one will forget Keith Kupiec in 
bounding the ball to J. T. Waldie 
with 5.5 seconds left in the game. J. 
T. Waldie did a double-pump scoop 
and banked in the final hoop to beat 
North Andover 54-53 as time 
expired. A thrilling way to end a 
season and a great send off for 
Coach Weymouth. 







Girls Basketball 




Kacey Barker 



Tina Apar 



Jen Marino Captains Jen Marino and Kacey Barker 

with Coach MacLaughlin 





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Gymnastics 



The gymnastics team had an outstanding season this year! 
The girls worked extremely hard alongside their supportive 
and encouraging coaches Robin Corsetto and Fran Molesso. 
The hard work paid off with the highest team scores the team 
has seen in five years, along with a third place finish at the 
MVC Meet. Essential freshman came together with the 
returning team members to form the best team Methuen High 
has seen in years. These girls were very successful this year, 
thanks to the hard work and dedication of all the girls, and 
the enthusiasm of Coach Mo. 







Figure Skatin 



This season for the Figure Skating 
Team was one both of tradition and 
change. As a whole, the team made 
"leaps and bounds" on and off the ice. 
The team for the first time had a 
uniform, which is a step in the right 
direction for the program. The 
highlight of their season was getting to 
skate with the Boston College Figure 
Skating team. 




Clubs 
and 

Organizations 



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Sophomore Class 

Nick Holden - President, T.C. Dodge - Vice Pres., Chris Gagne 
Treasurer, Luke Petzy - Secretary 



Senior Class 

Adam Aliano - President. Kurt Riedel - Vice Pres., Brian Riopelle 
Treasurer, Matt Alaimo - Secretary 



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ational Honor Society 



Scholarship, Service, Leadership, Character, Citizenship 




The National Honor Society is an organization that promotes appropriate recognition for students with outstanding accomplishments in the areas of 
scholarship, character, leadership, and service. At Methuen High School the National Honor Society has become a prestigious organization, ranking high 
among administrators, faculty members, students, parents, and the residents of the school community. Furthermore, its reputation for excellence is the 
result of years of commitment on the part of everyone involved. Through chapter service activities, members maintain and extend the qualities that won 
them selection. Membership is thus both an honor and a commitment. 



National Art Honor Society 





The National Art Honor Society recognizes outstanding students in 
visual art at an annual Induction Ceremony. Members perform 
art-related service in the school and town. The favorite service is a 
town-wide Edible Art Night which provides fun, prizes and 
collections for a local food pantry. NAHS members also paint 
wooden spoons in art historical themes to raise money for Project 
Bread, decorate wooden snowflakes for the Cancer Society to name 
a few. This group is truly a colorful bunch! 



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Student Council 




The Student Council 
represents the student body 
of Methuen High School. 
The purpose of the Student 
Council is to promote good 
citizenship, to represent the 
student body in matters that 
concern the pupils, and to 
provide a better 
understanding among 
students, faculty, and 
administration. The 
Student Council cooperates 
with any group in the 
community whose 
objectives are for the 
betterment of Methuen 
High School. 



Best Buddies 




Best Buddies was born as an organization in 1987 by Chairman Anthony K. Shriver. It is a nation wide program that incorporates high 
school and college students. The program has embraced and impacted the lives of thousand of individuals and their surrounding 
communities. The vision behind the Best Buddies High School Program is to maximize social opportunities for high school students in 
mainstream and special education by matching them in one-to-one pairs. The goal is to establish foundations for genuine friendships. 

thus enriching the lives of both. 

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Adopt a Grandparent 



Adopt a Grandparent is a group 
designed to bring senior citizens 
and high school students of the 
community together. This 

organization is open to any high 
school student willing to 
interact with senior citizens. 
Through the year, many 
activities will take place both in 
and out of school. Some of 
these activities may include: 
making greeting cards, 
engaging in conversations with 
the people of the Senior 
Citizens Club fundraisers, and 
taking part in arts and crafts. 









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The Adopt-a-Soldier program was started this year to show support for the men and woman serving overseas. 
We hold fundraiser to send care packages and letters to soldiers serving our country all around the world. Each 
student corresponds with soldiers through mail. It's been a huge success. 



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Dirty Hands Ink. Is Methuen High School's 
premiere winter percussion ensemble. This 
ensemble plans original percussive based 
materials using non-traditional instruction. A 
sample of our equipment for a given season 
may consist of large quantities of trash cans, 
buckets, barrels, metal & wood poles, wood 
planks, PVC piping, pots & pans, etc. By 
incorporating this equipment, as well as 
music, rhythm, dance, choreography, and 
comedic acting, we produce a very unique 
and entertaining program for audiences of all 
types and aging. 




Concert Choir 




Drama Club 



The Methuen High School Concert 
Choir is both a course and a 
co-curricular activity. It is open to 
all students who enjoy singing and 
are willing to put forth the effort 
necessary to work in a performing 
group. All types of representative 
choral music is explored. All 
in-school and out-of-school 
performances and rehearsals are 
required and participation is 
graded in the course part of this 
activity. 



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This year we also took a field trip to the 
University of New Hampshire, where the 
students participated in Drama Day. In the 
morning, they saw Titanic ~ the Musical, 
and then attended workshops for the 
afternoon. Topics covered were swing 
dancing, improvisational skills, 
stage-combat, dialects, acting techniques, 
directing, stage lighting and Theatre as a 
career. Members this year include: Angela 
Palladino, Janiris Lopez, Diva Williams, 
Emily Griffin, Martha Hughes, Kristen 
Redford, Jamie Gordon, Hannah Mua 
Achou, Ashley Bonanno, Jason Kiefer, 
Ashley Learned, Louis, Yarid, Javier 
Grullon, Amelia Carceo, Adam Taha, 
Kimberly Boutin. Gloria Santana, 
Kimberly Nguyen, Linda Lariviere, Corey 
McGuire, Meghan Zani, Ellen Rodriguez, 
Saraj Squeglia, Frank Farrington, Alex 
Ford, Nick DiZoglio, Lisa Carney, 
Amanda Persichetti, Ana Alicea, Melinda 
Martin, Jessica Campbell, Daniel 
Nickerson, Liz Maccarone, Kendra Paries, 
Jessica Mordes. 







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Senior Class Pla 



The senior class play of 2005 
was Ask Any Girl, a comedy 
detailing a young woman's 
arrival in New York in the 
1950's. It follows her as she 
finds a job and romance. 
Under the direction of Laurel 
A. McMahon, the play had a 
very successful run. The senior 
class advisor, Maria 
McLaughlin, promoted the 
play quite well, so attendance 
was up from previous years. 
The cast included the 
following: Cara Rossi, 
Meghan Zani, Dawn Merrow , 
Erin Jenkins, Sara Lefman, 
Jessica Campbell, Kayla 
Schnell, Alyssa Baglieri, 
Kayla Baglieri, Amanda Silva, 
Danielle Augieri, Joshua 
Valliere, Daniel Mazella, 
Daniel Nickerson, Kiel 
Servideo, Andrea Guir, 
Hannah Mua Achuo, Michael 
Hughes. 




The Musical 




This year's production was The 
Pajama Game. It was performed 
March 11, 12, 2005 to a very 
appreciative audience. Despite 
record snowfall, which interfered 
with rehearsals, the cast and crew 
came together to produce a very 
successful show. The Pajama Game 
has delightful tunes and very funny 
scenes, that were well-played by the 
cast. Under the direction of Laurel 
A. McMahon, the cast brought to 
life the amusing tale of romance and 
tension in a pajama factory. 
Inventive choreography by Kacey 
Nordengren added to the festive 
atmosphere of the show. The 
orchestra was conducted with great 
elan by Frank R. Savory. The 
impressive set was designed and 
built by Kirk Trach, costumes 
created by Jayne Petzy and many 
parents helped with ticket sales and 
program ads. 




Hector Rivera, Arnaldo 
Rivera, Kiel Serivdeo, 
Kacey Barker, Mike 
Miranda, Ryan Nault, 
Kristyn Comei, Natasha 
Nader, Diana Biancardi, 
Ashley Rossi, Jen Marino, 
Lisa Pak, Kathleen 
Keleher 



rench Honor Society 



Jared Schubert, Rosie 
Sevilla, Jane Azzi 




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Club 



The Methuen High School Key 
club is a member of the oldest and 
largest service program for high 
school students worldwide. Our 
chapter is a member of Key Club 
International, which is affiliated 
with Kiwanis International and 
local Kiwanis's Clubs. Some 
service projects may include Peer 
Tutoring, Reading Buddies, 
hospital volunteer work, 
community projects in Methuen. 





"Caring— Our Way of Life." 




Methuen High School's Peer 
Leadership programs have 
been designed to provide 
positive role models for the 
Methuen School System and 
our community. Each year, 
Peer Leadership participates in 
the series of activities such as 
Dare Role Models, 
Read-Along, Drug Awareness 
"Fish Bowl Discussions" and 
Senior Citizen Olympics. 



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Books and Bagels 



If you like bagels, a good 
book and lively 
conversation to start your 
day, then Books & 
Bagels is your kind of 
club. Any student can 
join. Books & Bagels 
members meet monthly, 
eat bagels and discuss 
the student chosen "book 
of the month." Our goal 
is simple; have fun and 
read a good book! 



Creative Writing Club 




The Creative Writing 
Club, the club of 
champions, is made up 
of subversives, 
Communists and 
Caroline Grassi. Our 
many and plentiful 
talents manifest through 
our exquisite novas and 
theatrical productions. 
Still, we are able to 
maintain a restrained 
hauteur towards the rest 
of the student body. 
Our dedication to art is 
both profound and 
exotic. We anticipate 
that few will ever join 
our ranks, but those that 
do will be fab. 



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Science Club 




Peer Mediators 



Methuen High School runs a comprehensive 
mediation program which has 40 to 60 trained and 
certified peer mediators. This program allows 
students to sit with trained mediators and resolve 
problems before they interfere with their educational 
process. We invite any student that has been trained 
as a Peer Mediator in the middle schools to come to 
the mediation office for sign ups and additional 
training in the high school system. 



The Science Club gives students the opportunity to conduct 
demonstrations and engage in hands-on activities that will 
enhance their knowledge and enjoyment of science. In 
addition, students have the opportunity to share recent 
developments in science and receive extra help in science 
from other Science Club members and the faculty advisor. 
Members serve Methuen High School by volunteering to 
perform demonstrations and to act as students in model 
lessons at 8th Grade Parents' Night. Science Club members 
serve the community by mentoring students in the 
elementary grades and helping them to conduct scientific 
investigations. Outside activities include attending 
Astronomy Night at the Merrimack College Observatory 
and visiting the Museum of Science. 



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Senior Video Yearbook 




The Video Yearbook is the Class of 2005 's year condensed to a 
single film. The film itself is made up of segments that cover 
student life, academics and activities. Thie year, seniors Kiel 
Servideo and Josh Valliere are heading up with project with the 
help of Justin Silva and media instructor Dave Shaheen. This 
year, the video yearbook moved into the World Wide Web with a 
website that posted trailer's for the video. Great job Kiel, Josh 
and Justin! 



Photography 
Club 



The Photography club meets on an annual basis to 
discuss how to take better photos. The students 
use different methods of photography such as 
digital, Polaroid's, single use cameras as well as 
the classic SLR style film camera. The students 
enjoy discussing photography as a form of art, as 
well as a means of documenting events. Some of 
the clubs senior members include, Eugene 
Larochelle, Kate Harrington, Jilian Sapienza and 
Peter Perreault. 





ock Trial 




The Mock Trial Competition 
Team has been developed to 
compete in the Massachusetts 
Bar Association Mock Trail 
Program during the late winter 
and spring. The program has 
been structured with the 
following goals in mind: to 
further understanding of the 
law, court procedures, civil 
liberties, and our legal system; 
to increase proficiency in basic 
life skills, such as listening, 
speaking, reading and 
reasoning; to heighten 
consciousness of law-related 
professions and the academic 
studies which lead to those 
professions. 




The Blue and White is the school's newspaper. An issue comes out every month covering the school's major events, sports and current 
issues. The top-notch staff of writers and photographers keeps everyone up to date on the happenings of MHS. "I would like to send out a 
special thanks to Natasha Nader and Kristen Tsaklis who were not only the editors, but also writers, photographers, and layout designers. 1 
would also like to thank Kiel Servideo, Jen Marino for their contributions, as well as Lisa, Kathleen and Amanda for all their hard work 
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The Guitar Club can 
be heard long before 
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be found jamming or 
discussing guitars and 
music. The only 
requirement to be a 
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GSA stands for Gay/Straight 
Alliance. The GSA has been 
an active student group for over 
10 years; and it gets together 
once a week to enjoy iced tea, 
cookies and popcorn while 
discussing many different 
issues concerning gay, lesbian, 
bisexual, transgender and 
questioning teens. They meet 
to read and talk about 
newspaper and magazine 
articles that relate to our 
community, and we express our 
views on the different 
controversial issues. GSA is 
all about support, friendship, 
open-mindedness, learning, 
courage and reality. 



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Dance Club 




Ultimate Frisbee 




This is Ultimate Frisbee's first 
year at Methuen High. The 
club was founded by seniors 
Brian Riopelle and Kurt Riedel. 
The purpose of the club is to 
offer students the opportunity to 
play the sport of Ultimate 
Frisbee, which is a sport that 
combines soccer, football and 
basketball. The club's future 
looks promising. 



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Congratulations! 
We are very proud of you!!! 

Love You! 
Mom, Dad and Shauna 



Andrew Jutras 



he years have gone by so fast, and you 
ave grown from a shy little kid into a 
jspectful young man. May all your 
reams come true, and never forget that 
/e will always love and support you. 
ongratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Tim 



Danielle Shanahan 

Eighteen years ago when you 
were born was one of the 
happiest days of our lives. 
Raising you has been so easy. 
Thanks for being such a joy. 

Remember, follow your heart, 
listen to your own intuition and 
never settle for the ordinary. 
We love you so much! 

Mom and Dad 



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'Success is to the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to 
success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. " 

-Albert Schweitzer 




Kevin Hatch 





Mike Pulvirenti 



Ve are so proud of you! You have 
;rown to be a smart, intelligent and 
lecent young man. You will be a 
uccess in whatever you choose to 
lo. We couldn't ask for a better son. 

Love, 

Mum and Dad 



We have come a long way together. You have 

blessed me in so many ways. I will miss both 

you and Zack but you will never completely 

get rid of me. Remember, I am always there 

for you whenever you need me. I know you 

will excel in whatever you choose to do. I look 

forward to your college graduation! Never give 

up on your dream. You once said" I believe I can 

fly". Always believe. 

All My Love, 
Terry 

Natasha Minichino 

We wish you the best of luck as 
you leave high school and enter 
college, adulthood and beyond. 
You always made us proud 
growing up and whatever 
you choose to do, we will 
always support and love you. 
Good luck and best wishes! 

Mom, Dad, Michael, 
Alex and Codv 

Kathleen Keleher 

Kathleen, 

Since the day you were born, you 
have been your own person. 
You've always been a joy to us 
and we're very proud of all you 
have accomplished. May you 
always find love and happiness in 
your life. We are always here for 
you. 

Love, 

Mom and Daa 



Samantha Monroe 



Congratulations! We're so proud of 

you. Good luck in college. 

Remember; never stop reaching for 

the stars. 

We love you lots, 
Mom, Dad and Meg 




Tim Gordon 




You are admired for what you have 

accomplished. You are loved for who 

you are. We're so proud of you. 

Luv ya, 

Mom, Dad and Matt 

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Caitlin, 

It's hard to believe four years of high school have passed so 
quickly. It seems like only yesterday that we looked forward 
to your first day of school with excitement and apprehension, 
and it's with joy and sadness that we anticipate your last few. 

You came into this world kicking and screaming with pink 
cheeks and a head full of dark hair. You were a beautiful baby 
that grew into a toddler with boundless energy and endless 
questions. During your first dance recital you fell asleep on 
stage. You cooked real food in your play kitchen. Cartwheels 
and songs were performed in the outfield during softball season, 
and you cried when asked to step onto the soccer field and play. 

Tears were shed on every first day of school. Reluctantly you 
would let go of my hand and say goodbye. My shy little girl 
became an independent young woman. Soon friends became 
your priority, an interest in boys developed, gymnastics and 
soccer kept you busy. 

Your high school days have been full of many accomplishments 
and milestones. The memories are numerous. So don't be sad 
as one journey is ending; smile another is about to begin. 
We are very proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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Cara Rossi 

Remember that shy little girl on her first day of 
dance 15 years ago? Boy did those lessions pay off! 

Cara, always remember to do what you love so 

you will love what you do. Perhaps most 

importantly, don't forget your way home! Your 

piano and your loving family will always be 

there for you! We love you very much and 

are confident in your abilities to make good 

decisions for yourself and your future. It has only 

just begun! Ask Any Girl! 

We are so very proud of you! Reach for the stars! 

"In my life, she has burst like the 
music of angels the light of the stars. " 

With all our live, 
Mom, Dad and Tony 

Jamie Quinne 




Congratulations Jil! 

May your light inspire those you meet. May you 

always fulfill your goals and dreams. Let 

graduation be the beginning of wonders yet to 

come. We are proud of you for who you are 

and the person yet to be. 

Much Love, 
Mom, Dad, Nick and J.B. 

'7 hope you dance" 



You have grown into a beautiful, talented and 

intelligent person. Use all that you have learned 

through the years to reach your full potential. We 

only want you to be happy and to be the best you can 

be. Your motivation, heart, sense of humor and 

determination will always allow you to succeed. 

You have always made us proud, and we know that 

will continue. You are an incredible person, and 

now your future is in your hands. Keep up the 

great work. 

We love you! 
Mom, Dad and Ginger 4, 



Kiel Anthony Servideo 

Watching you grow from a sweet, fun loving, mischievous boy 

to the fine young man you are today has been such a joy for all. 

Your smile, compassion for others, ability to make people laugh, 

your integrity, leadership, love for your family and friends and 

your intelligence just begins to define the man you are today. 

You have many incredible gifts and your journey through life 

is only just beginning. We are so incredibly proud of all that you 

do and wish you the very best life has to offer. 

Best Wishes and Congratulations to you and your 
friends of the Class of 2005! 



Much love from Dad, Mom, Zach, Stephanie, family and friends 




Kristyn, 

From the time you were a little girl discovering 
seashells on the beach to the wonderful woman 
you have become, you have brought us so much joy 

We are all so proud of you and all you have 
accomplished. We know you will succeed in 
college and wherever life takes you. Enjoy these 
years; your memories will last forever. 

Love, 
144 Mom and Dad 



It was a special, happy day when 
you came into our lives. We 
watched with pride as you grew 
from an adorable baby into a 
mature, beautiful woman. As 
you start the next stage of your 
life, remember you will always 
be close in our hearts. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Shannon 



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To my Daughter, 

It is hard to believe you are at 
this point in your life already. 
It seems like just yesterday 
you were still this little girl 
at dance school. I just want 
you to know how very proud 
you make me feel. You have 
done a wonderful job 
growing up considering 
how your life has gone. 
You're smart, beautiful, 
outuoinu and fun. 



You've made great choices in 
your life thus far; I hope you 
continue to do that always. May 
all your dreams for life come true 
my little girl. 

I love you with all of my heart 
Mom xoxo 




Daniel Mazella 

Dan the Man, 
Congratulations! Job well done 
Your future looks bright and 
successful. Shape it and make 
t your own. Curry College is 
>oing to love you. Always keep 
hat smile and sense of humor. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Meghan 



Hannah Mua Achuo 

It's nice to share the joys of 
life with someone as dear as 

you. The ups, the downs, 
smiles and frowns, the cares 
nd problems too. It's nice to 
share our hopes and dreams 
with a love that your mother 
nd I both know grows deepe 
lay by day. I will always give 
you my endearing love. 




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Krissie, 

Time has flown by as we've watched you grow from a vivacious 
child into a beautiful, motivated woman. Through the good times and 
the bad, you've always kept true to yourself, which in turn has put 
you on a path that will lead to success in whatever you choose to do. 
We wish you the best of luck and happiness as you venture out into 
the world on your own. and remember that no matter where life takes 
you, you'll always be close to us at heart. 
Congratulations, we love you! 

Loves Always, 

Dad and Amy 




Sheena Witkum 

You have reached an important milestone in your life and 
your whole family is so proud of you. In the blink of an 
eye you have changed from a sweet, precious child into 
a beautiful young woman, inside and out. You will bless 
those you meet with your kind, compassionate heart and 
fun-loving personality. Always remember to be true to 
yourself. Wherever life leads you remember you have a 
loving family who will always be there for you and two 
special angels in heaven. 

Love, Always, 

Dad, Mom and David 










Words cannot do justice to 
describe the impact that all of you 
had on our lives this year. You 

freely gave of your time, your 
energy and most of all your love. 
Our lives have been touched, our 
hearts have been changed and 

friendships were created. All of us 
in S. T.R.I. V.E. want to thank each 

I and every one of you for helping us 
create fantastic memories during 
this school year. We are going to 

i miss you, but more importantly, 

you will always be a member of our 

family. 

We love you, 
Staff and students of the 
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Everything that life has to offer 
lies ahead. You've accomplished 
much already and we know 
great things are yet to come! 
Voir re an outstanding student, 
athlete, but most importantly, 
an outstanding person! We know 
\ on will continue to dazzle us! 



Ryan Dugan 



You are everything a parent 
could ask for! Your hard 
work and integrity will serve 
you well. As you close this 
chapter and begin a new and 
exciting one! We are so very 
proud of you! 



All our love, 

Mom, Dad and Kaitlin 





Where have the years gone? You have grown 

into a fine young man and we are so very proud 1 

of you. Never forget how much we love you! 

Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Matt and Dan 



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O The newest trend in video games is to go "old school," with 
plug-and-play systems featuring '80s games from the likes of 
Atari and Namco. 




O 2004 is the year of celebrities having 
babies, as Courtney Cox-Arquette, 
Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson, 
Julia Roberts, Liv Tyler and others 
all become first-time mothers. 

C Thousands of young people 
become avid poker players, a trend 
sparked by TV shows featuring 
tournaments for celebrities and 
professional poker players. 

C The challenging "Metroid Prime 
2: Echoes" takes home the prize 
as IGN. corn's Gamecube Game 
of the Year. 




O The hottest 

"hard-to-get" toy for 
the holidays is the 
Nintendo DS handheld 
gaming system. 

£ Even though it won't 
reach bookstores 
until July 16, 2005, 

preorders in December 
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Harry Potter and the 
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(J With a series sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals, the Boston 
Red Sox lift the "Curse of the Bambino" to win their first 



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J> Following his win 
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world's No. 1 golfer. 





3 In one of the worst brawls in U.S. 
sports history, five Indiana Pacers 
players clash with Detroit Pistons 
fans on court and in the stands. 
The Pacers' Ron Artest is suspended 
for the year for his involvement. 






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C Carly Patterson joins Mary Lou 
<i as the only American 
to win the women's 



3 Michael Phelps swims 
his way to eight individual 
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O Together for the last time, the Fab Five of U.S. women s soccer ' 
— Julie Foudy, Joy Fawcett, Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly and Brandi 
Chastain — bring home an Olympic gold medal. 




The Tampa Bay 
Lightning claim the 
2004 NHL Stanley 
Cup by winning the 
seventh game of 1 
Stanley Cup Finals, 
2-1 , over the 
Calgary Flames. 




Marlon Brando dies at age 80 Johnny Carson dies at 79 Dan Rather retires 



Tom Brokaw signs off Reggie White dies at age 43 



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C In a year of entertainment 
dominated by teen 
queens, Lindsay Lohan 
makes the biggest splash 
of the bunch with the hit 
movie Mean Girls and her 
debut CD Speak. 



J) Mattie Stepanek dies from a form 
of muscular dystrophy at age 13. 
He was known as a best-selling 
poetry author and the Muscular 
Dystrophy Association's National 
Goodwill Ambassador from 2002 
through 2004. 



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